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Iran marked National Army Day with a parade of military hardware in the capital Tehran.
After three decades of space service, NASA’s oldest and most traveled shuttle, Discovery, took off for a final time. The shuttle was heading for the
The Tokyo Sky Tree, the tallest building in Japan and the world’s second tallest building, was shown off to journalists ahead of its grand opening to
The Argentinian nightmare caught up with Repsol on the market on Tuesday as its subsidiary YPF was nationalised by Buenos Aires.
The Spanish oil
Russian police officers arrested several Greenpeace activists who chained themselves to columns outside a hotel where a Russian Arctic Oil and Gas
It is 100 days until the start of the Olympic Games in London and organisers are feeling confident after an endorsement from the chairman
There are potentially major financial ramifications to both Spain and Argentina from the decision by the South American country to re-nationalise
Mario Gomez scored with one minute remaining to hand Bayern Munich a 2-1 win over Real Madrid in the first leg of their champions league semi-final
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has become a talk show host. His first guest was Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah. The interview featured
The world’s third richest man, Warren Buffet of the so-called ‘Buffet Rule’ has revealed he has prostate cancer but it is not said to be life
International frustration is growing over the Syrian government’s lack of compliance with Kofi Annan’s peace initiative.
Even though a handful of
The man at the centre of Norway’s mass-murder trial will continue to be questioned in court today by the prosecution.
Yesterday, victims’ families
Azerbaijan has announced the completion of its new concert hall which will be the venue for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The Crystal Hall in
The former treasurer of Italy’s Northern League has had gold bars and diamonds worth 300,000 euros and an Audi A6 delivered to party headquarters in